We’re now one year out from the official debut of the OnePlus One, which means that rumblings of the OnePlus Two are starting to surface.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has revealed to Bloomberg that his company plans to release two new phones in 2015: the OnePlus Two, which is expected to arrive in the third quarter, as well as a more affordable device that’ll arrive by the end of 2015. No details about either phone were revealed, but Lau did say that the OnePlus Two will use the same invitation-based buying system that was implemented with the OnePlus. Meanwhile, sales of the OnePlus One are expected to become unrestricted.
OnePlus saw quite a bit of success with the One, especially for a startup that was releasing its first Android phone, and so it’s no surprise to learn that a successor is in the works. And since the OnePlus One’s invitation system worked well to drum up hype for the phone, it makes sense that OnePlus would use a similar strategy with its next model. Exactly what features the OnePlus Two will have is a mystery, but the OnePlus One was a fairly highly-specced phone when it was released, and so I’d expect something similar from the OnePlus Two.
What features do you hope to see in the OnePlus Two?